Foreclosed homes: Now, they're hot properties
By Meredith Bennett-Smith, Christian Science Monitor, July 23, 2012
Earlier this month, David Welch, a veteran RE/MAX real estate agent, took a young couple to tour a house in the Orlando, Fla., area. The prospective homeowners liked the house and put down an offer, in cash, for nearly $8,000 over the asking price. "That would be an attractive offer for anybody," Mr. Welch recalls.
Love It or Hate It, Bill of Rights Is Now The Law
By Joel Cone, Staff Writer, July 19, 2012
It wasn’t that long ago that the economy was red hot, and the real estate market in California was even hotter. We were in the midst of the real estate bubble and my wife and I were looking at buying a house.
Are Interest-Free Mortgages Really Possible?
By Peter G. Miller, Guest Columnist, July 17, 2012
Interest rates have been reaching historic lows with dull regularity during the past few months. Freddie Mac says rates last week for 30-year financing hit 3.56 percent, the lowest on record.